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from setting foot on u.s. soil, and president obama vowing to shut the prison down, life at gitmo grinds on. we were given a tour of camp five echo block, where detainees began to protest the moment we arrived. it was the first time video cameras were allowed inside this wing of the facility where detainees who have attacked military guards are held. we were told to move as fast as possible. >> rose: billionaires don't usually like to talk about their wealth, but this group has. they and others like them have all pledged to give at least half of their incredible fortunes away to charity-- a half a trillion dollars, so far. >> government is showing, you know, over the last couple of decades that it can no longer solve the great problems of the day. now, these philanthropists who have incredible wealth, and also the name and the influence, are uniquely qualified right now to solve the huge problems. >> simon: garbage is the only crop in cateura-- ten cents for a pound of plastic; five cents for a pound of cardboard. you'll be amazed at what else people here are doing with this trash
at the time, but have since been banned by the obama administration. walid bin attash's attorney, cheryl bormann, says she's not allowed to talk about the interrogations because they've been classified. was your client water-boarded? >> cheryl bormann: i can't answer that question. a proposed protective order bans me from telling you anything i know about what happened to my client, beginning from the moment of his capture in 2003 until the moment that he landed in guantanamo bay in 2006. >> stahl: so, if you were to tell me that he was subjected to a specific harsh interrogation technique, you would be breaking a law, you would be...? >> bormann: i would be. >> stahl: ...convicted of something? >> bormann: i would be prosecuted and imprisoned for, i believe, up to 30 years. >> david nevin: this is not a system that is set up to deliver justice. >> stahl: david nevin represents khalid sheikh mohammed-- "ksm"-- known as the architect of 9/11. considering that ksm has admitted to the worst terrorist attack on u.s. soil, you would think the case might be open- and-shut. but part of the prob
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